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Industrial Packaging

This entry was posted on 19th November 2018 by Manufacturing Blog
Shipping high value, highly sensitive medical or control instruments is a delicate matter - the products are business critical and need to arrive in full working order. For this reason many products are packed in heavy unwieldy containers that can be expensive to purchase and cost a small ...
This entry was posted on 12th June 2018 by Paul Howe
WEAF (West of England Aerospace Forum) is the UK’s largest industrial forum focused on the country’s aerospace sector, it’s also one of the largest aerospace and defence associations in Europe. WEAF provides its members with prominent representation and new networking opportunities. It ...
This entry was posted on 30th April 2018 by Paul Howe
According to Smithers Pira, the global market for industrial packaging was estimated at £40,3 billion last year with 28% of market share gained in Western Europe. That’s a lot of packaging material being used around the globe! With the increased focus on the environment, corporate responsibility ...
This entry was posted on 4th July 2017 by Manufacturing Blog
The Macfarlane Packaging Design and Manufacture team are exhibiting at the Advanced Engineering show at the NEC in Birmingham on 1 and 2 November. This two-day event is the UK’s largest annual gathering of advanced engineering professionals of its kind and returns to the National Exhibition ...
This entry was posted on 26th July 2014 by Manufacturing Blog
Goods which are classified as dangerous for transport, range from those which are highly dangerous (such as explosives and fuming acids) to everyday products such as paints, solvents and pesticides found in the home and at work. Dangerous goods, which can also be called “Hazardous ...

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